The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Mawada Herbal Center in the Atwima Nwabiagya Municipal of the Ashanti Region, Dr. Seidu Kumi has advised Ghanaians to stick to herbal treatments for quality healthcare.
He noted that, the introduction of technology coupled with best practices and customer care services in the traditional health service industry, had made their industry better option for patients.
The licensed herbal practitioners made the observation after inaugurating the Mawada Herbal Center on October 24, 2021.
The modern day herbal center is located at Abuakwa-Asenemaso, about 500 metres away from Dr. Ampomah junction which is off Kumasi-Bibiani trunk road.
Mawada Herbal Center with the mantra: ‘Ayaresa mu fawohodie’, to wit, ‘freedom in healing’ operates under hygienic and conducive environment with modern health delivery equipment.
The herbal center with well trained medical staff has consulting room, spacious out patients department(OPD), laboratory, dispensary among others that make the herbal center distinctive.
Ilness such as stroke, sexual weakness, ulcer, diabetes, barrenness, breast cancer, kidney problem, fracture among others are treated with dispatch and ease at the Mawada Herbal Center.
Speaking at the inaugural ceremony of the herbal center, the President of Islamic Mission Secretariat, Sheikh Hurun Appau described the CEO of Mawada Herbal Center as a God-fearing man who upholds the tenants of Islam and not money conscious person.
He was of the conviction that, with the CEO in his usual element, and ably support by staff, the center would be a force to reckon with in the herbal healthcare industry in no distance future.
The inauguration of the modern day herbal center was attended by key licensed herbal practisioners including the National Research Director of the Ghana National Association of Traditional Healers (GHATH), Nana Dr Appiah Kubi who doubles as the Ashanti Regional Chairman of GHATH, and the Ashanti Regional Organizer of GHATH, Mr Kwame Awuah Nimfour.
Mr Ibrahim Amankwa who chaired the inaugural ceremony believed that CEO of the Mawada Herbal Center decision to establish the fit-for-purpose herbal center was a good call since he had the call to duty from God.
Thomas Awuah Asem, Abuakwa-Asenemaso.